Bobcats clinch fourth place on stats, FCS All-America squad
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Troy Andersen leads the way
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BOZEMAN, MT – Four Montana State Bobcats took home FCS All-America Stats Perform honors on Monday, the organization announced.
Elders Troy Andersen, a linebacker for Dillon, and Lewis kidd, an offensive tackle from Minneapolis, Minnesota, landed on the organization’s first team. Junior Isaiah Ifanse, a running back from Bellevue, Wash., and senior Daniel hardy, a defensive end from Beaverton, Oregon, took second team honors.
The foursome helped Montana State win the FCS 31-17 semi-final over South Dakota State on Saturday, propelling the Bobcats into the national championship game for the first time since 1984.
STATS 2021 PERFORM THE ALL-AMERICA FCS TEAM – Montana State Bobcats
FIRST TEAM OFFENSIVE LINE – Lewis kidd, senior, 6-6, 311, Minneapolis, Minnesota
FIRST LINEBACKER TEAM – Troy Andersen, senior, 6-4, 235, Dillon, Montana
RETURN OF THE SECOND TEAM – Isaiah Ifanse, junior, 5-10, 202, Bellevue, Washington
SECOND TEAM DEFENSIVE LINE – Daniel hardy, senior, 6-3, 240, Beaverton, Oregon